Singapore to Legoland Malaysia Travel Guide

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The different methods of getting from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia are varied and depends on the number of people, finances, the amount of luggage carried, and how quickly travel needs to be.

Luckily, there is a method for just about every kind of answer.

While some of the options can be harder to obtain, there is always a definite way to get to Legoland. Keep in mind that traffic can always change the timing of arrival.

Option 1: Take a Public Bus
Taking a public bus from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia is a good option for families that are on a budget.

It’s recommended for the average family, not including the elderly, infants, or young children because of the crowding and hazards.

The benefits of taking the bus include:

  • Price: It’s around SGD$6 per person one way, which is less expensive than other options.
  • Planning: It doesn’t require any booking ahead of time.

Unfortunately, the bus isn’t a good route to take if time is of the essence.

The bus typically takes around 2 hours to travel from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia, and that doesn’t include stopping at customs which can add another 3 hours to the trip.

Other cons include:

  • Seating goes quickly and wait times are long, so leave early!
  • Complicated routes, stops, and transfers for those that aren’t familiar with the area.
  • Baggage needs to be carried on both in Singapore and then again in Malaysia after going through customs.

If this is a viable option, there are a few different routes you can take depending on where you are.

From Boon Lay or Jurong East, the buses operate between 7:10 in the morning and 11:45 at night during the week. On weekends, they start at 7:30 in the morning and close at 11:45 at night as well.

  • If traveling from Boon Lay, you’ll need to take bus number CW6 priced at $4 per person.
  • If boarding at Jurong East, get on bus numbers CW4 or CW3 for the same price.

Pass the first checkpoint (Tuas) and then get off of the bus at the first stop, which is the CIQ Interlink located in Malaysia.

From then, you’ll need to reload your baggage and take Bus JPO2 if it’s a weekday. It costs SGD$2.50 per person and leaves every 3 hours starting at 8:30 AM.

If it’s a weekend or a public holiday, you’ll need to take Bus SL1, which is only SGD$0.78 per person. This bus leaves every 90 minutes beginning at 9 AM.

In both cases, Legoland is the first stop.

If departing from the following areas, take the corresponding bus route to reach JB Central. Once there, take the LM1 bus (Causeway Link) priced at SGD$2.11 per person.

During the week, buses leave every 90 minutes beginning at 8am until 6:30pm.
If it’s a weekend, the bus leaves every hour between 8am and 7pm.

From Singapore: take JB Express
From Newton Circus: CW5 (Causeway Link)
From Kranji MRT: take SBS bus 170
From Woodlands MRT: take SMRT 950
From Queen St: take CW2 (Causeway Link) or SBS Bus 170

Option 2: Take a Private Bus
Standard options include Bus Online, which can be pre-planned and booked online at their website, or WTS Travel from the Singapore Flyer area.

Pros include a less confusing trip and a shorter travel time, around 2 and a half hours. Some companies even include the Legoland ticket in their pricing.

On the downside, they are more expensive and need to be booked in advance. There is a given time to depart, so the day would have to be planned around that time.

Prices differ based on what is included in the ticket.

Bus Online includes the ticket price without the waterpark and the transfer. It’s around SGD$61 for each child and SGD$68 for each adult, not including luggage. Luggage costs SGD$2 for each bag. They leave daily at 8:30 in the morning on weekends and 9 in the morning during the week. All return buses are at 6pm.

Option 3: Take a Private Car Service
This is a much easier way to get from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

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SGMYCAR is a simple way to travel as you can book your service online without any hassle and affordable prices. Cars are typically more expensive, but it takes away the need to switch vehicles in Malaysia or move baggage over.

It also is a much faster ride and will pick you up directly wherever you are leaving from, leaving more time to enjoy the park and rides.

Car choices include the Toyota Innova MPV, the Toyota Alphard MPV or the Hyundai Starex MPV.

Payment is cash only, and even can use Whatsapp to easily book a ride (+60187681834). It even tells you who will be picking you up 24 hours before leaving.
You can also BOOK ONLINE at www.sgmycar.com

Prices from Singapore range from SGD$90 for the Innova, and only up to SGD$130 for the Alphard or Starex cars.

As far as comparisons to other private car services, this is one of the most affordable options.

When it comes down to the number of passengers, private cars are the most flexible, allowing more people and affordable pricing that is close to all of the bus fees back and forth per person without the 5 hour travel time.

There’s no going to a particular station or possibly missing a bus or taxi, and there’s no need to move luggage everywhere.

It is arguably the least complicated way to get from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

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